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Andy Wittry | | March 17, 2018

Relive both of Loyola's incredible game-winners in 360 degrees

  Loyola Chicago is heading to the Sweet 16 thanks to two last-second shots

First it was Donte Ingram on Thursday, then it was Clayton Custer on Saturday. Two game-winners, two different players, two huge upsets — and we have 360-degree, courtside video of both shots.

Custer got the ultimate shooter's bounce against No. 3 seed Tennessee on Sunday with 3.6 seconds left to give the Ramblers the lead for the final time in their 63-62 win to advance to the Sweet 16.

That shot came days after Ingram's deep 3-pointer from the March Madness logo at midcourt gave Loyola Chicago its first NCAA tournament win in 33 years as the 11th-seeded Ramblers upset No. 6 seed Miami 64-62.

By now, you've seen the highlight. But what you likely haven't seen is the 360-degree video of Ingram's pull-up 3 that gives a courtside view of Loyola Chicago's historic win.

It was the biggest play of the day on the sport's biggest stage.

The play starts with Loyola Chicago pushing the ball from right to left across your screen. Ingram catches the ball, shoots a deep three and immediately begins running backwards after he lets the ball fly. His teammates swarm him and you can follow all of the action from right to left, then back to the right of your screen.

If you're watching the video on a desktop or laptop, you can click and drag on the screen to follow along. On mobile, just move your device in the direction of the action to expand your view.

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